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National Association of Educational Broadcasters 


1936 CONVENTION 


Madison, Wisconsin 


August 17 - 18 


Headquarters: Radio Hall (WHA), University of Wisconsin 


Program Schedule — (Details Later) 


Monday, 17 

9:00 - REGISTRATIONS 
10:00 - OPENING SESSION - GENERAL 


2:03 - national radio aspects 
6:00 - BANQUET 
7:30 - LAKE MEN DOT A CRUISE 


Tuesday, Jw Ay 18 

9:00 - STATION PROGRESS SESSION * 
11:00 - BUSINESS MEETING (CLOSED) 


1:30 - RECORDING CLINIC 

(Demonstrations, auditing) 
4:30 - ADJOURNMENT 


* A report will be called for from each member station. Represen¬ 

tatives present will speak for their stations outlining the work of the 
station, citing highlights, and, Indicating prospects for future growth. 
TEN MINUTE MAXIMUM TIME . Stations not represented at the meeting are as! 
to write their reports (from 500 to 1000 words) and send them to the 
Secretary. PLEASE MAKE REPORTS CONFORM TO THE TIME LIMIT I 

- Suggestions - 

Another Convention - The American Association of agricultural College 
Editors holds its annual convention in Madison on August 18-19-20. 
Perhaps some cooperative plan of representation can be arranged 
where institutions are interested in both organizations and could not 
otherwise participate. 

Program - Program details have not been definite3.y set. While we will 
deal primarily with very practical problems certain prominent per¬ 
sons are expected to be included in the program. Surprises may be 
expected! Don’t miss them! 

Rooms - Arrangements have been made with the University Club for rooms 
for men. A special rate of $1.00 per person per night for single 
beds has been secured. Women alone and married couples will find, 
rooms in a residence hall at the same rate. Both places are within 
two blocks of Radio Hall. Write the Secretary for reservations. 

Entertainment - Plenty of it at hand. Except for the Monday night boat 
trip everyone will choose recreation to suit his own tastes. Boat¬ 
ing, bathing, fishing, sight-seeing, tennis, golf, dancing, and 
plenty of other diversions are at hand. To do all these things you’d 
better come early and stay late, because our two convention days 
are rather busy ones. 

Information - Write Harold *>. Engel, Exec. Secy., Radio Hall, Madison 


WE’LL MEET YOU IN MADISON 















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